Batman: Arkham Unhinged, Vol. 3 review

Of the 21 issues from the Arkham Unhinged series there was only one that really mattered and it’s included in this collection. Presentation I can’t for the life of me see why…

Arkham Unhinged #20 review

Arkham Unhinged #20 is the final issue of the series AND the 5th and final chapter of the “Bookbinder Saga” but IT DOES NOT END THE STORY! It doesn’t end! There is…

Arkham Unhinged #19 review

When Karen Traviss initially took over Arkham Unhinged I was intrigued. She was shaping a smarter story and a more fully-realized Gotham City. She was even approaching the concept of Arkham City…

Arkham Unhinged #18 review

Here we are at chapter 3 of Karen Traviss’ Bookbinder saga, an arc that will close out the Arkham Unhinged series in November. If you didn’t like what you read in issues…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged, Vol. 2 review

Arkham Unhinged is a series that’s meant to fill in the gaps between the video games Arkham Asylum and Arkham City. It’s written by Derek Fridolfs (Justice League Unlimited, Li’l Gotham) and…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #17 review

New series writer Karen Traviss is delivering a bigger Arkham story than we’re used to seeing and giving Gordon some much deserved attention, but does is that enough to make a prequel…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #16 review

New series writer Karen Traviss provides the video game inspired comic with an all new voice and a new direction. This is a very different Arkham Unhinged than you’re used to and…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #15 review

Well, it sounded like a really great premise. Hugo Strange sends his Tyger guards into Wayne Manor, a scenario that would add greater depth to the Arkham City DLC challenge maps that…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #14 review

If you already know the story of how Bruce and Talia met, be it from Batman: The Animated Series, Batman #232, frequent flashbacks during Grant Morrison’s run, etc. then you don’t really…

Batman: Arkham Unhinged #13 review

Issue #13 collects material that’s actually quite old and was likely postponed a good long while from going to print because of one panel in particular. The very week that this story…